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11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

November 25, 2015

The effortless universal virtue of humility is what evokes enlightenment in life. The big problem with this mystical virtue is generally we only have fleeting moments of its power, as we constantly get sucked back into the subjective dramas of the world in our mind. As a result, we revere the sage for their sustained absorption in the lowest and paradoxically most powerful state of humility. A master absorbed in the humble and most refined state of consciousness has truly accepted life as it is. They have no desire to promote their own agenda, as from this state all agendas have evaporated like dewdrops on a hot sunny day. - Jason Gregory, The Science and Practice of Humility.

Jason Gregory is a spiritual philosopher, independent scholar, writer, and teacher specializing in the fields of Eastern philosophy, Western esotericism, comparative religion, psychology, culture, and ancient civilizations.

Jason is the author of two books and the creator of one documentary. He is the author of the highly acclaimed 'The Science and Practice of Humility' and the cult classic 'Way of the Weirdo', and the writer and director of the documentary 'The Sacred Sound of Creation'

The Mind Health Coach with Leah Marie

The Mind Health Coach with Leah Marie

November 25, 2015

Leah Marie Welcomes Dr. Judy Miesner, DO to her show to discuss Osteopathic medicine, which incorporates more of a holistic approach to patients' care. She will share with us the differences of a Doctor of Osteopathy approach to treating patients along with her journey to help educate others in her field.

Dr. Miesner completed her undergraduate work at Concordia College in New York and received her Doctorate of Osteopathy from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri. She completed her Internal Medicine residency program with UMass Memorial Healthcare in Worcester. She is a member of the American Academy of Osteopathy, American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, and the American Medical Association among others. Dr. Miesner practices at Hawthorn Medical Center in Dartmouth, MA. She is a recipient of the National Committee for Quality Assurance Diabetic Physician Recognition award.

Dr. Miesner offers an extra dimension to your health care through osteopathic manipulation treatment (OMT). Instead of just treating specific symptoms, osteopathic physicians concentrate on treating you as a whole by using manipulative therapy that incorporates the whole body. OMT can help people of all ages ease pain, promote healing and increase mobility.

Healing Times Radio with Dr. Miller

Healing Times Radio with Dr. Miller

November 25, 2015

Anthropologist, Activist, a Wild Child of the Sixties and a Celibate Zen Priest~ A Conversation with Joan Halifax

“Our daily lives are the vehicles for awakening, for freeing ourselves and others from suffering.” Roshi Joan Halifax

Joan Halifax and I were a part of that rich broth of creativity and humanism that was exploring new dimensions of healing, personal growth, and spirituality at Esalen Institute back in the 1970s. Roshi Joan Halifax is an anthropologist and an activist, a wild child of the sixties and a celibate Zen priest. She is the founder, abbess, and head teacher of Upaya Zen Center, a Buddhist monastery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is best known for sitting at the bedside of terminally ill patients and pioneering a form of contemplative care, known as the Being With Dying project, now in its seventeenth year. One of her core messages is “Strong Back, Soft Front”, a concept she will share with us during this hour.

We will examine the similarities and the differences between empathy and compassion, and why the Dalai Lama has said that love and compassion are not luxuries, that actually they are necessities, if human life is to survive on this planet. Roshi Joan will also share with us the essence of the GRACE process and other insights on developing our ability to experience both the power and the vulnerability of compassion. Joan was born in 1942. At age four a serious virus caused her to go legally blind, from which she recovered two years later. Central to her recovery was the care of a black woman who was the daughter of slaves. You will learn the incredible gifts she received through the loving, selfless, humble, soulful care rendered by this woman, and how being blind taught her so much about the inner life. She went on to become a civil rights activist and a protester against the Viet Nam war, then went on to receive her Ph.D in medical anthropology and psychology. She went to Mali, where she studied and learned from the indigenous Dogon tribe, and to Mexico, where she studied the Huichol Indians.

Don’t miss the wise words and the indomitable spirit of this wise woman!

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

November 25, 2015

Robyn L. Reynolds author of Let Them Know…That I am Here which is a story of life after death demonstrated with beautiful spirit photography from around the world. Robyn will share how a devastating loss began a journey to clarity old ideas and some of the mysteries and magic of life itself. Robyn tells us something of her family life and her son Kyle. “One memory is a trip we took to Hawaii to visit his uncle. The one up top, where he’s eating pineapple, and the one with the conch shell to his ear, are from that trip, as well. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Christmas, Mummy Halloweens, Big Wheel summer days, eating out together, eating in and getting more food on the body than in, helping Mommy mow the lawn, bubble baths, Easter egg hunts, white water rafting, a trip to Europe, trips with his dad, birthday parties, fishing in Brunswick with one side fresh water and the other side salt water, John Deere and mule riding in Montana, prom, graduation, and getting ready for college. Those were the days.” www.thetravelingsoulpress.com/

Dr. Love

Dr. Love

November 25, 2015

Why You Need to Die and Be Born Again Each Day

I take you on an odyssey that involves a very intricate series of miraculous stories involving me and Jean, my husband in spirit.

I will be sharing a series of amazing manifestations that Jean made recently, all of which point to one lesson: We must die and be born again each and every day.

The key to being born again is to let go of past emotional residue, hurts, resentments and grudges, all of which prevent us from fully living and loving in the now.

Tune in to discover how to use my X, Y Formula to help you resolve old and current issues that are dragging you down. My formula is the secret to carrying no residue from day-to-day. Master this formula and you will be born again each day into a heart that is a clean slate. In this clean slate state, you are free to love others without restraint, which invites others to love you back without restraint. In this episode, I also talk about the need to clear away any emotional residue with those in spirit.

Here’s where my Dialoguing with the Departed technique comes in. When you reconnect and dialogue with those in spirit, you free yourself from all the old emotional garbage that stops you from being fully present to love all those who walk the earth as well as those who walk in spirit.

Tune in to this transformative show and be prepared for your life and relationships to change for the better.

Gaea Star Crystal Show with Mariam Massaro

Gaea Star Crystal Show with Mariam Massaro

November 25, 2015

Gaea Star Crystal #190 features great songs by Mariam Massaro in an exciting improv format provided by Mariam and The Gaea Star Band featuring Mariam on vocals, baritone ukelele, 12-string acoustic guitar and native flute, Dameron Midgett on mandolin, violin, kalimba and Tibetan bowls, Craig Harris on congas and marimba and Bob Sherwood on piano. We begin with the psalm-like "Manitona", a piece that slowly picks up tempo until it resolves into a lovely, impassioned flute solo from Mariam. "Evangeline" follows, a pop-folk piece featuring Mariam's baritone ukelele and a contented, lovely lyric. "Behind The Clouds" is built on Mariam's contemplative, modal acoustic 12-string set to an electronically mutating, mystical soundstage. Following the break we present a driving take on Mariam's classic "All Life Unfolds" featuring her dulcimer to a drum-heavy backing. "I'm Gonna Rise" is a pretty and emphatic piece building on a driving duet between Dameron's fiddle and Bob's minimalist, shifting piano.

Living the Quantum Dream with Cynthia Sue Larson

Living the Quantum Dream with Cynthia Sue Larson

November 21, 2015

Eight Laws of Positive Change with Stephan A. Schwartz

 

Cynthia talks with Stephan about how to be an agent of personal and social transformation, with insights and discoveries shared in his book, “The 8 Laws of Change,” and insights as to what we can do that can positively transform the world. Despite a trend toward neo-feudalism, there is much we can do to become more aware and find the leverage points where we can make the biggest difference. Stephan shares insights gleaned from thousands of views of our future, describing how much of what has been remotely viewed has become reality.

 

Stephan A. Schwartz is a distinguished consulting faculty member at Saybrook University, a research associate of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research, editor of the daily web publication www.Schwartzreport.net , and columnist for the peer-reviewed research journal, Explore. The author of four books and more than 100 technical papers, he has also written articles for Smithsonian, OMNI, American History, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Huffington Post. He lives in Langley, Washington. http://www.stephanaschwartz.com/

 

 

Living the Quantum Dream with Cynthia Sue Larson

Living the Quantum Dream with Cynthia Sue Larson

November 21, 2015

Exploring the Mystery of Consciousness with Peter Russell

Peter Russell talks with Cynthia Sue Larson about how science has been so far unable to predict that any living thing should be conscious, working from assumptions of the physical world being the real world. Russell talks about the benefits of adopting a different set of foundational assumptions of consciousness being primary. Russell offers advice for scientists, psychologists and computer programmers at this time of global paradigm change to embrace the metaparadigm that consciousness is primary. Russell describes a form of meditation that requires no effort and offers wonderful rewards, and describes what he knows for sure that can positively transform the world.

Peter Russell gained an honors degree in physics and experimental psychology at the University of Cambridge, England, and postgraduate degree in computer science. He studied meditation and Easter philosophy in India, and on his return conducted research into the neurophysiology of meditation and the University of Bristol. Russell has been a consultant to IBM, Apple, American Express, Barclay's Bank, Swedish Telecom, Nike, Shell, BP and other major corporations. His books include: The TM Technique, The Brain Book, The Upanishads, The Global Brain Awakens, Waking Up in Time, and From Science to God.

11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

November 21, 2015

You have the power to actively engage your thoughts and dynamically create new pathways in the brain. When you begin to engage the mind and brain directly, you have the ability to impact lasting physiological changes in the body leading to a healthier more fulfilling way to be. o Powerfully manage your thoughts to give way to new opportunities and possibilities beyond the active imagination. o Reveal ideas and solutions. Those things that once appeared to be blocked are no longer seen as limitation. o Gain access to positive control in the way you think and the results you experience. o Show-up more fully in your relationship with your self and develop deeper, more meaningful connection with others.

Prudence Gensman MBA, OTR, CC, C.Ht is a sought after therapist in the world of neurorehabilitation and a master facilitator of personal development seminars. As a leading pioneer in the area of brain thought technology and the creator of the MindSet ReSetTM Process, she has designed an effective structure of thinking to facilitate personal grown and evolution. In her book, MindSet ReSetTM: A Passage To Choice, Prudence awakens a deeper understanding that often times we are taught to be afraid of change, yet change IS the only constant in all of life.

11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

11:11 Talk Radio with Simran Singh

November 21, 2015

The light body is the essence of who we were before birth and what will continue after death. It is the source of true spiritual awakening and healing. With Light Body Sound Healing, Aleya Dao offers an album of spacious music created to resonate with the listener at the subtle energetic level, helping us bring our physical bodies into alignment with our innate wholeness. Combining natural healing sounds such as whale song and flowing water with Aleya's angelic toning and tranquil music, this album creates a sound environment designed to transport you into another world—one beyond body and mind, in touch with the loving support of the spiritual dimensions.

Aleya Dao is a sound healer, energetic practitioner, Minister in the state of California, Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico, and a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado. She has been an alternative healer for 20 years. and she serves an international clientele as a spiritual guide and sound healer. In 2001 Aleya had an enlightenment experience, which enabled her to perceive other realms, hear the angelic beings, and increased her empathic and clairvoyant abilities. Sounds True released her Light Body Healing Album in August of 2014. Her first Book, Seven Cups of Consciousness: Change Your Life by Connecting to the Higher Realms with New World Library.